Information

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Tickets cost

Entrance to the museum is subject to charges:
€ 8,00 Full ticket
€ 5,00 Reduced ticket for visitors aged 18 to 25
FREE ENTRANCE for all citizens of the European Union under the age of 18.
FREE ENTRY is allowed on the first Sunday of each month and for particular events, both national and local, made known through the MiBAC website.

Promotion for entry on Wednesdays: € 6.00 euros the full ticket and € 4.00 euros the reduced ticket.

Some temporary exhibitions may have an additional cost compared to the admission ticket even for exempt visitors.

  1. CLICK HERE to find out which categories are eligible for FREE ENTRY

    directly at the ticket offices of the exhibition venues, by showing a document certifying one of the following conditions:

    • to non-EU minors;
    • to the citizens of the European Union, under 18;
    • to citizens of the European Union with disabilities and to a family member or other companion who demonstrates their membership in social-health assistance services (Ministerial Decree No. 239 of 20 April 2006);
    • to citizens of non-EU countries on the “condition of reciprocity” (children under 12 must be accompanied);
    • to European Union tourist guides in the exercise of their professional activity, by showing a valid license issued by the competent authority;
    • to tourist interpreters of the European Union when their work is needed alongside the guide, by showing a valid license issued by the competent authority;
    • to the staff of the Ministry;
    • to the members of the I.C.O.M. (International Council of Museums);
    • to groups or groups of students of public and private schools of the European Union, accompanied by their teachers, by reservation and in the quota established by the head of the institute;
    • to the students of the advanced training courses of the Schools of the Ministry (Central Institute for Restoration, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, School for the Restoration of the Mosaic);
    • to teachers and students enrolled in fine arts academies or corresponding institutes of the European Union, by showing the enrollment certificate for the current academic year;
    • to teachers and students of degree courses, postgraduate or post-graduate courses and research doctorates of the following faculties: architecture, conservation of cultural heritage, education sciences or letters and philosophy with an archaeological or historical-artistic orientation. The same facilities are allowed to faculty and faculty students or corresponding courses, established in the States of the European Union. Free admission is allowed to the students by showing the enrollment certificate for the current academic year, to the teachers by showing a suitable document according to the Miur model duly completed by the school they belong to;
    • to teachers of art history of high school institutions, by showing a suitable document;
    • to journalists in good standing with the payment of membership fees, by showing a suitable document proving the professional activity carried out (see DD of 7/09/2016 DG-Museums);
    • for reasons of study, research attested by educational institutions or universities, academies, research institutes and culture Italians or foreigners, as well as organs of the Ministry, or for particular and motivated needs the Heads of Institutes can allow free entry into exhibition venues of their own competence and for specific periods to those who request them;
    • to European tour guides, licensed. (see circular n.20 / 2016 DG-Museums)
    • to the teaching staff of the role school and with a fixed-term contract, free admission to the museums, to the archaeological areas and parks and to the monumental complexes of the State is allowed, the MiBACT has adhered to the initiative as regards access to spaces where exhibits or temporary exhibitions are set up with an exhibition itinerary separated from the ordinary tour route. As a consequence, the entitled persons will be able to access these paid spaces, using the shopping vouchers, which can be generated through an IT application (cartadeldocente.istruzione.it), active starting from 30 November 2016 (see circular DG -Museums n.77 / 2016).

OPENING HOURS

The museum is open from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.

LAST ENTRANCE: 7:30 pm
This timetable may be subject to change on certain days of the year. It will be promptly communicated.

WEEKLY CLOSING: on Mondays from November to March

Access to the hall

RIACE’S BRONZES

Access to the Riace Bronzes Hall is allowed only for groups of up to twenty people at a time and it is subject to time limitations, according to the following program:

  • stop for about 20 minutes in the pre-filter room, during which a video entertains the public with updates on the state of research on the Riace Bronzes;
  • stop for about 3 minutes in the filter room;
  • visit to the Bronzes for about 20 minutes;
  • exit.

ENTRANCE TIMES: starting at 9.10 am every twenty minutes.

Booking

Reservations are mandatory only for groups of over 100 people.

Contact the Kore s.r.l dealership, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9.10 am to 7.00 pm,
at the number (+39) 3207176148.
Reservation is free.

Free admission

Free entry (free) is allowed on the first Sunday of each month and for particular national and local events, published on this web site and on the MiBAC corporate website.

Paid guided tours

(for individuals, groups or schools)
Concession company Kore s.r.l
visitemuseorc@beniculturali.it
From Tuesday to Sunday, from 9:15 am to 7:00 pm
at the phone number (+39) 320 71 76 148.

Free institutional visit

Send a motivated request to the address:
visitemuseorc@beniculturali.it
man-rc@beniculturali.it
or call the following numbers:
(+39) 0965/812255 int.164 / 130

Free Educational Service

The Museum offers a free for Schools Information Service
through positions at the nerve centers of the rooms at every floor of exhibits
within the project of the School-Work Alternation